By Sangwon Yoon on July 15, 2012 North Korea's politburo removed army chief Ri Yong Ho from all his posts in the most significant power shift since Kim Jong Un took control of the country after the death of his father in December.
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By BRADLEY KLAPPER, AP - 41 minutes ago JERUSALEM (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton made perhaps her final visit to Israel as secretary of state on Monday, bringing a message of solidarity to the Jewish state after three-and-a-half years of only stunted ...
Atlanta Journal Constitution -
By KASIE HUNT AP WASHINGTON - As the White House challenger, Mitt Romney can seize on the attention that accompanies the selection of a running mate.
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Five months after introducing himself to the world, Jeremy Lin is still inspiring various forms of passion and hysteria. This is not Linsanity as we knew it in February, when the word was synonymous with joy and wonder, but some horrific mutation of ...
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TOKYO - Most of the quarter-million people forced to flee massive flooding in southwest Japan were able to return home by Monday, but weather officials warned the danger had not fully passed from the record rainfall that left at least 27 people dead ...